The Terence Pepper Collection has been compiled by leading photographic historian and curator Terence Pepper over the past 40 years. It contains over 2,000 photographs and prints including many by leading photographers and historic news picture libraries and includes prints from the early days of photography through to the present day.The scope of the collection is wide-reaching but is especially strong on portraits, the 1960s, fashion and female photographers. The collection also has an extensive archive of 20th century magazines relating to fashion, high society, pop culture and music.
Spotlight on Model Lives in Fashion
An Instagram account dedicated to adding names and biographies to the many uncredited models
April 2021 spotlight: Ingrid Boulting
Ingrid Boulting was born in 1947 in Transvaal, South Africa and was brought up by grand-parents until she moved to England in the 1955 to be reunited with her mother, the model Enid Boulting, and step-father, the film director Roy Boulting. She trained as ballet dancer for ten years with the Royal Ballet and first appeared as a cover-star aged fifteen when she featured on the cover of 'Queen' magazine, 2nd October 1962. Ingrid appeared on covers of four issues of British 'Vogue' photographed by David Bailey (1968, 1971, 1972, 1974) and one cover by Norman Parkinson (1972.) She became the 'Face of Biba’ in the early 1970s.
She also featured in film television roles from 1966 where she was often credited as Ingrid Brett; amongst her film-roles was a part opposite Robert De Niro in Elia Kazan’s last directed film The Last Tycoon (1976.)
Top image: Ingrid modelling Biba cosmetics, photographed by Sarah Moon for British Vogue, 15 March 1971
Bottom image: Vintage film publicity portrait (credited as Ingrid Brett)
To find out more about models from history visit the Model Lives In Fashion Instagram account.